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Il Collegio Carlo Alberto è un'iniziativa congiunta della Compagnia di San Paolo e dell’Università di Torino. La sua missione consiste nel promuovere la ricerca e la didattica nelle scienze sociali.

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  • Ugo Mattei

    Mattei’s research is highly interdisciplinary, and based on a bottom-up approach: among his works are both influential academic monographs on comparative law, international law and legal theory, alongside a number of books for the general public, which criticize the public role of the law, and argue for its re-orientation towards the paradigm of the commons.

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    Ugo Mattei
  • Alessandro Sembenelli

    applies micro-econometric methods to the analysis of public policies and their effects on firms' economic decisions.

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    Alessandro Sembenelli
  • Tiziana Nazio

    highlights that women's careers are tied to couples' fertility choices in a way that men's are not, that the choice to cohabit instead of marrying is "contagious" in that is (also) influenced by what other people do, and that cohabitation (instead of marriage) does not seem to undermine intergenerational relationships.

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    Tiziana Nazio
  • Cristiano Antonelli

    is working on the determinants and the effects of technological change in firms, regions, industries and countries, including the economic analysis of such institutions as intellectual property rights, universities and public research centres.

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    Cristiano Antonelli
  • Mario Pagliero

    studies the determinants of the selectiveness of entry examinations in licensed professions (e.g., lawyers and doctors) and its effects on consumer welfare. He has also worked on the effects of incentives and competition on individuals' risk-taking behavior and performance in organizations.

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    Mario Pagliero

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